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When I was 12, my dad bought a new mustang for my mom. The red in the tail lights was mesmerizing. What is this power, this attraction?
Long live heavy metals…
It’s a lot more than transportation, Barry. They’re symbols of power, speed, elegance and social status, at least for some.
And since my dad died in ’70, it will always be him when sighted down the road.
Great images!! Seeing blue?
These are just magnificent. I’m sure I wouldn’t enjoy the actual car show half as much as I enjoy your photographs of it.
Thanks, Linda. I don’t stay long at the shows. I don’t like the crowds and I don’t appreciate that the cars are so close together, making full body shots nearly impossible. So, given all that, I like to focus on the details I find interesting.
Love the red reflected in the blue!
Thanks, Top. I was lucky with the placement of the blue car between two red ones. I was hoping the reflection was enough to make the photos interesting.
Very nice . . . and lots of selfies.
That’s another project: Unintentional Selfies!
The pleasure is always in the detail, and these cars were just full of elegant detailing. By comparison today’s cars are so boring. Another great gallery, Ken
Thanks, Andy. The owners pay a lot of attention to the details, too, and that’s important in competition. Also, I think there’s a little pride of ownership.